Michael Rosenblum, New York Producer & Video Journalist

We are pleased to announce Michael Rosenblum as keynote speaker at the 22nd Nations & Regions Media Conference. In his provocative keynote address, Michael Rosenblum will confront the question of the future of broadcasting in the online era. He will argue that the Internet/Digital revolution is analogous to the Gutenberg Revolution, which produced the printing […]

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Nations & Regions Media Conference

  We are delighted to confirm that the Nations & Regions Media Conference will be returning to MediaCityUK this November for its 22nd year. The conference continues as a stimulating forum for media professionals to debate the most prevalent issues presented by the sector, with 2015 themed around ‘serving digital audiences’. We will be announcing our […]

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Call for Papers 2015

We are delighted to open the call for submissions to the Challenging Media Landscapes 2015 conference. This year, the conference will address Cultures and Industries of Creativity in Contemporary Media Landscapes. The conference calls for papers which engage critically, whether conceptual and theoretical, ‘applied’ subject focused, or practice-as-research oriented. Full details can be found on the […]

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Save the Dates for 2015!

Salford International Media Festival returns to MediaCityUK in November 2015, with the three events running on the following dates: Mon 16 Nov 2015: Academic conference Tue 17 Nov 2015: Nations & Regions Media Conference Wed 18 – Thu 19 Nov 2015: Next Generation

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Neil Midgley’s defence of the BBC licence fee

Read Neil Midgley’s defence of the BBC licence fee, published on forbes.com on 19 November.   A Right-Wing Defence Of The BBC Licence Fee When my American friends look across the Atlantic, they see the BBC as a precious and unique British cultural asset – a bastion of unflinching journalism and Sherlock Holmes mysteries. And quite rightly […]

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